Dr Jameson Tucker
Lecturer in Early Modern European History 1500-1700
School of Humanities and Performing Arts (Faculty of Arts & Humanities)
I did my PhD at the University of Warwick, supervised by Prof Penny Roberts. My thesis was on 'strangers' in Jean Crespin's French language martyrologies, and was completed in 2012. I completed an MA at the University of Birmingham's Centre for Reformation and Early Modern Studies in 2006, and a BA(H) in History with English at Queen's University, Canada in 2005.
I teach a number of courses on Early Modern European history, particularly relating to topics of faith and religion. I currently run the second-year course The European Reformations, and the third year special subject The French Wars of Religion 1559-1598. I taught the Heritage and Public History module since its launch in 2012 until 2016, and in 2016 launched a new second year module called 'Other Voices', which is studies early modern society through groups on its fringes, like heretics, the poor, and foreigners.
The Construction of Reformed Identity in Jean Crespin's Livre des Martyrs, Routledge, 2017.
Reports & invited lectures
In 2015, I gave public lectures on the Huguenots in England at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, and Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery, as part of the Huguenot Summer programme organised by the Huguenots of Spitalfields group.I also gave a public lecture on the Huguenot experience of exile in October, as part of the University's lecture series organised with the Historical Association.